[Xenopus] Woods Hole Embryology Course

National Xenopus Resource xenopus at mbl.edu
Wed Jan 29 11:31:00 EST 2020

Dear Xenopus community
            Please consider applying for the Embryology course that is held each summer here at the MBL. Deadline has been extended.


Woods Hole Embryology Course Applications Due February 11, 2020

The application deadline has been extended for the Embryology Course at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole. This fantastic course has been offered each summer since 1893. Students receive very unique and broad training in animal developmental biology, covering numerous and diverse species. In addition, they are able to directly interact with top scientists from around the world in the field of developmental biology, establishing lifetime scientific networks.

The course runs this year from May 31 – July 13, 2020  Course directors: Dave Sherwood (Duke) and Carole LaBonne (Northwestern).

Please encourage your students and post-docs to apply - former students of this course uniformly say that it had a tremendous impact on their career. Don’t be off-put by the sticker price - significant financial aid is available.

Course webpage: https://www.mbl.edu/embryology<https://www.mbl.edu/embryology/>

If the NXR contributed to your work please cite us in your papers.
Cite us in Materials and Methods as National Xenopus Resource RRID:SCR_013731 at the Marine Biological Laboratory
Cite us in your references: Horb M. et. al. (2019). Xenopus resources: transgenic, inbred and mutant animals, training opportunities, and web-based support. Front Physiol. 10:387. PMCID: PMC6497014

Marko Horb, Ph.D. |Director, National Xenopus Resource (NXR) |Senior Scientist, Bell Center for Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering
Marine Biological Laboratory | 7 MBL Street | Woods Hole, MA 02543
Email: mhorb at mbl.edu<mailto:mhorb at mbl.edu> | Office: 508-289-7627 | Lab: 508-289-7370 | Cell:  508-564-3764


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